Chris Wolfe
Chris Wolfe
Lead Product Manager - Multiphysics, ANSYS

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I am a chemical engineer by my education (BS and MS). I also have an MBA. I now work in the engineering software industry as a product manager. I have one foot in technology and one foot in business. I try to understand what our customers need, what we can do for them, and how to grow our business. Outside of work, I spend time with my family (husband and 2 sons), garden, rock climb, read, and take pictures. You can find out more about me at:
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  • Nicole

    Added Thursday, November 16, 2017 at 4:14 PM

    Hello! I'm currently a sophomore in high school (15), and I've been thinking more lately about what I want to go into as a college major/career. Chemical engineering is a field that is very interesting to me, and it is something I could definitely see myself enjoying as chemistry is my favorite subject. I would like to take AP Biology or AP Physics, but I don't have room in my schedule to take both. I took a physics class last year, but I have never taken a high school biology course (I'm ...
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    Chris Wolfe, ANSYS
    Answered Tuesday, February 27, 2018 at 11:27 AM
    Hello Nicole. I see no one answered you yet. I hope this is not too late.
    Either biology and physics will serve you will. If you think you may trend more towards biochemical engineering or environmental engineering topics, I recommend the biology ...
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  • Keodara, Columbia, MO asked Chris Wolfe, ANSYS

    Added Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 1:06 AM

    I'm currently in school for Chemical Engineering. I am interested how you ended up working in software engineering. Could you elaborate? Thanks!
    Related to Choosing a Degree, Software
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    Chris Wolfe, ANSYS
    Answered Wednesday, June 25, 2014 at 1:06 AM
    Hello Keodara, 
    Thank you for the question. I did not really target working in software. It kind of just happened while trying to balance work and life. 
    I used to work for DuPont in Wilmington, DE. While there, I used a computational fluid ...
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